Latest restrictions - Frequently Asked Questions
You can go into another household to provide care and support for a vulnerable person. This can include providing emotional support for someone whose wellbeing is at risk, including for those who are isolated because of disability or a caring situation.
For more information visit the Scottish Government guidance of what you can and cannot do in Level 0.
Funerals can take place with a maximum capacity of 200, provided the venue’s capacity allows for 1 metre physical distancing.
Receptions and post-funeral gatherings, such as wakes, can also take place with a maximum capacity of 200 people. Alcohol may be served.
You must maintain a safe distance of 1 metre between people not in your household or extended household.
For more information visit our births, deaths and ceremonies page.
- All holiday accommodation (hotels, B&Bs, self-catering, caravan and camping sites) can open in Scotland
- Travel is permitted to other parts of the UK but you must check the rules in the country you are travelling to.
If you’re planning to travel abroad, you must:
- check whether a country you’re travelling to is on the red, amber or green list
- confirm what you need to do when you arrive back in Scotland
For more information on foreign travel arrangements please see the advice from the Scottish Government